Month: September 2018

  • Hijacking hardware in stealth mode

    I was featured by The Star in their article “Hijacking hardware in stealth mode“. I was asked to comment about malicious cryptomining Malaysia. Under our law, malicious cryptominers can be punished with the Computer Crimes Act 1997, says Bar Council information technology and cyberlaw committee deputy chairman Foong Cheng Leong. “It can be considered unauthorised […]

  • Getting ‘played’ over games

    I was featured by The Star in their article “Getting ‘played’ over games“. I was asked to comment about online impersonation in Malaysia. Bar Council information technology and cyberlaw committee deputy chairman Foong Cheng Leong said somebody who impersonates another person online could be breaking the law if the actions fall within criminal activity. “For […]

  • Farewell for Justice Wong Kian Kheong

    Farewell dinner with the members of Intellectual Property Bar for Justice Wong Kian Kheong who presided the Intellectual Property Court from 1st January 2016 to 31 August 2018. We compiled all his intellectual property judgments into a book which consisted of 2 volumes as his farewell gift. He had contributed to the development of our […]